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Newsom on the Market
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Jul 18, 2014 09:46 AM CDT

Iowa Public Television's "Market to Market" program is one of the best ag-industry information shows on air. It always has been as it approaches its 40th anniversary this coming August. The show is not only known for its interesting pieces on all aspects of agriculture, but also for its weekly market discussion using a large stable of analysts. This past week was my turn at bat, and resulted in what I thought was an interesting discussion of potential supply and demand scenarios. Following my appearance, I received a simple question from someone who had watched the program: "Are you bullish ...

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